A helpless Ansh is on a roadside and wants to return home. Scared, he starts crying and throws his empty water-bottle on the road. A poor woman on the road sees Ansh crying and enquires. She learns that Ansh had lost his way. When the lady asks Ansh for his address, he shows his school identity card. The lady is unable to read English and seeks a shopkeeper's help. The shopkeeper tells the lady to drop Ansh at Scindia Mansion. He tells her that the Scindia family may reward her, if she helps them. Aarti and Yash set out to search for Ansh. Yash tries to pacify Aarti and hopes that he would soon try to locate Ansh. Meanwhile, Surajpratap calls up Satyendra and asks him to stay at home as Ansh may come to their house. A concerned Satyendra asks Surajpratap to inform him as soon as they learn about Ansh's whereabouts. In the market Aarti and Yash try to search for Ansh. At that time, Ansh sees Yash's car parked on the road and tells the lady that it was his father's car. The lady fails to believe Ansh. Aarti and Yash are at the same place but fail to see Ansh. Pratik tries to call up Paridi to inform her about Ansh but she does not receive his call. Pratik fears that Surajpratap may not tolerate, if he learns that Paridi has resumed her job after their marriage. While searching for Ansh, Yash and Aarti see Ansh's water-bottle and enquire with the shopkeeper. He is the same shopkeeper to whom the lady had asked to read Ansh's address. The shopkeeper tells the couple about the lady and states that she had assured to drop the child home. He tells the couple to go to the shanty area nearby to search for the child. The lady brings Ansh to her house and informs her husband that Ansh belonged to a wealthy family. She states that the Scindia family may reward them, if they drop Ansh home. When the lady decides to drop Ansh home, her husband stops her and points out that the child was like a lottery ticket for them as he was the son of a wealthy family. When Aarti and Yash come to the shanty area, they learn that Ansh was with a woman named Manju.
Shaadi do bar ho sakti hai...lekin....
Kya vishwaas do bar ban sakta hai?
Kya sapne dobara sanjoye ja sakte hai?
Aur kya pyaar dobara ho sakta hai?
It's said that Marriage is an institution that brings two hearts closer, but can marriage be that institution which brings two broken hearts together?.
Does Marriage only happen once and remain for lifetime? Does Remarriage equate to marriage...does a person feel the same excitement, same enthusiasm about his remarriage as he felt about his first marriage. Along with remarriage , the duties, responsibilities remain the same as marriage , even if you dont wish to yet you have to fulfil these duties. Expectations from such remarriage remain the same as the first marriage, does an individual feel the same enthusiasm to fufill these dreams and expectations as the first marriage ?
Thus Punar Vivaah is a story about two individuals who are heartbroken, two individuals who have shared their lives with some one else earlier, who have shared those magical moments of first marriage with someone else yet due to circumstances now they are bonded into the holy institution of marriage for a second time and from there begins the journey they embark upon thereafter